Well-managed mangroves 'can survive rising sea levels'
A report challenges the prevailing idea that sea-level rise will inevitably wipe out protective mangrove forests
Turning to drawing, role-playing and 3D maps
Teaching a "landscape approach" to land use can help balance competing demands
ANALYSIS-Grand Kenya port plan faces headwinds despite oil finds
KENYA-PORT/ (ANALYSIS, PIX)=2:ANALYSIS-Grand Kenya port plan faces headwinds despite oil finds
Mitigation without adaptation can leave communities vulnerable — study
Looking at community adaptation, as well as forest preservation, is key
World Food Programme Works with Partner on a Reforestation Campaign
On 14 August, a reforestation campaign was launched in the village of Cissin in Burkina Faso's Yatenga Province. The launch was organized by the Association Formation Développement Ruralité (AFDR), the NGO which is leading the reforestation campaign and is one of WFP's partners in the North region. Participants in the reforestation campaign will receive cash transfers from WFP as part of the Cash for Assets programme.
Congo forest villages repair damage from charcoal business
International agencies are supporting local people in their efforts to replace lost trees and bring back species like the giant cane rat, a food staple in the area